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Mt Siguniang Er Feng (Four Sisters Mountain - 2nd Sister Peak) 17 - 25 Dec 2016

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  • Mt Siguniang Er Feng (4 Sisters Mountain - 2nd Sister Peak)

    Sichuan, China, Singapore (map)

    1.355379 103.867744

  • Mt Siguniang (Four Sisters Mountain)

    The Four Sisters Mountain (also known as Siguniang Shan) Scenic Area is situated in Xiaojin County of A’ba Prefecture in Sichuan Province of China. The area is reputed to be the “Queen of Mountains in Sichuan” and “The Oriental Alps” because it offers beautiful landscape and exquisite scenery. The Four Sisters Mountain Scenic Area consists of Mt Siguniang, Mt Balang, and 3 main valleys – Haizi Gou, Changping Gou, Shuangqiao Gou.

    Mt Siguniang is rise between Haizi Gou and Changping Gou. Mt Siguniang encompasses four peaks: DaFeng (Big Peak or 1st peak), ErFeng (2nd peak), SanFeng (3rd peak), and Yaomei Feng (4th peak). The highest peak is Yaomei Feng (幺妹峰); literally: "peak of the youngest sister"), also known as the "Queen of Sichuan's peaks" (蜀山皇后), standing at 6250 meters. It is also the second highest mountain in Sichuan Province. The first ascent was in 1981 by a Japanese team via the east ridge. Very few people attempt to climb this and very few of them succeed after that. The first ascent of the southwest ridge was made in 2008 by Chad Kellogg and Dylan Johnson. Thereafter a few attempts were made by local Chinese mountaineers, only a few successfully scaled to the top.

    The other three lower peaks are regular mountaineering destinations through all seasons. Mt Siguniang DaFeng (四姑娘山大峰 or 大姑娘山; literally: "peak of the oldest sister", 5038 m) is normally considered as a pure trekking peak while ErFeng (四姑娘山二峰 or 二姑娘山; literally: "peak of the second sister", 5276 m) and SanFeng (四姑娘山三峰 or 三姑娘山; literally: "peak of the third sister", 5355 m) are more challenging as it involves basic climbing technique.

    About The Climb

    We will start our trek from Rilong, hike from the entrance of Haizi Gou. We will trek to the base camp of 2nd Peak, spend one day to acclimatize, then make a summit attempt. 2nd Peak of Mt Siguniang is more challenging than 1st Peak with steeper rock formation nearer to the top. The climb is also more strenuous as the route distance is longer and higher in elevation than the 1st Peak.

    Package Details

    Date: 17 - 25 Dec 2016

    Duration: 9 days

    Group Size: 6-16 people

    Package fee: S$1,350 per person

    Grading: 2B++


    Day 1: Arrive in Chengdu

    Day 2: Transfer to Rilong.B/L/D

    Day 3: Acclimatize in Rilong. B/L/D

    Day 4: Trek to base camp. B/L/D

    Day 5: Acclimatization day. B/L/D

    Day 6: Summit day. Trek to BC. B/L/D

    Day 7: Descend to Rilong. B/L/D

    Day 8: Transfer to Chengdu. B/-/-

    Day 9: Depart Chengdu. B/-/-

    * Rilong is located at an elevation of 3200m and the Er Feng BC at 4200m. The acclimatization days at Rilong and Da Feng BC are important to help the body adjust to the high altitude to reduce the risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).


    Return airport transfer in Chengdu

    All land transfer as indicated in itinerary

    Meals as indicated in itinerary

    Twin/Trip sharing accommodation in Chengdu and Rilong

    Camping equipment: sleeping tent (Twin sharing), sleeping bag and mat

    Trek support: climbing guides cum kitchen crew, porterage services by horses and herders

    Boiled water during trek

    Permits & fees: Conservation, National Park fees, trek permit


    International air tickets, airline taxes and fuel surcharge

    Visa Fee (if any)

    Single Supplement

    Meals not indicated in itinerary

    All tipping

    Personal porters

    Personal travel insurance (mandatory to cover trekking up to 5000m)

    Personal expenses like shopping, laundry etc

    Personal travel & trekking gear – warm clothing, shoes, backpacks etc

    Extension of stay after the trek

    Emergency evacuation and medical expenses

    Any expenses including accommodation, meals & transfer outside the stipulated trek/climb itinerary – i.e. any person leaving the group for personal travel, illness/injury or any form of extension of stay

    Support from Ace Adventure Expeditions

    We provide pre-trip support to prepare you for the climb:

    1. Trip briefing
    2. Equipment preparation & gear discount from selected Singapore outdoor outfitters
    3. Physical training preparation
    4. Trip information kit

    We carefully select and establish strong working relationship with our local trek operator to ensure safe participation by everyone. Our local climbing guides have extensive experience in guiding treks in Siguniang, possess  intimate knowledge of the local surroundings, conditions and culture and are trained in emergency rescue.


    Participants must be of an above average level of fitness, physically and mentally fit, with the ability to trek with a 6kg to 8kg backpack load. Experience in multi-day treks is an advantage. Trekkers who have not trekked up to 4000m prior are not recommended for this trek. Trekkers who are below 21 years of age (as of date of birth) must be accompanied by parent(s) or a guardian who is above 21 years old 

    How to sign up

    Interested participants can fill up your details in the Registration & Medical Declaration Forms (click on the link)

    Confirm your participation with a deposit payment of S$500. The deposit fee of S$500 forms part of the trek fee .

    Please also read our T&Cs.

    Payment Details

    You can make payment via cheque or Internet /ATM bank transfer. 

    Bank Details

    Ace Adventure Expeditions Pte Ltd

    OCBC Bank Code - 7339

    OCBC Branch Code - 647

    Account -[masked]

    Ø  For bank transfer, please indicate your name

    Ø  For cheque drop, please indicate your cheque number via email 

    Ø  For ATM transfer, please let us know the transaction details

    Visit our Facebook to view pictures on previous Siguniang treks.

    Email us at [masked] if you have any questions regarding this trek and for the full package details.

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